Thank you. This sounds easy to do and not terribly (additionally) expensive to building the room "normally". Best regards, Ted Killian On Oct 8, 2006, at 8:51 PM, paul wrote: > A friend built a good sounding studio in his garage, one of the things > he did was strap the walls about half way down (parallel to the floor) > so the walls had a slight v. If I remember, it was only about 1/2 inch > but no more than an inch. that way all the sound reflected to the > floor or the ceiling. He also built sort of triangular wedges to fit > into the top corners of the room. I did some recording in that space > years ago and it was surprising to me what a difference that made to > the echos usually found in a square room.